Cabin Air Filter Change on Honda Pilot 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Failure to change the filter can result in reduction in the air flow through your air conditioner or heating system, and can actually stress the system to failure. Unlike previous Honda Pilot models this filter is very easy to change. The filter that you need is the FRAM CF10134 Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter
Honda Pilot Cabin Air Filter Removal
You will then need to release the glove box and let it flip down. This can be done by simultaneously pushing in on the tabs on the upper outer edge of both sides of the glove box to stop it from catching the glove box.
Pull the Cabin Air Filter out:
Remove the cabin pollen and dust filter and replace the new one.
Then just slide it back in until it snaps, close the glove box by pushing in the tabs. Test your blower and notice the increase in power and a fresh smell.
You can get the filter here:
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